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Tesla Driver Fits 1,920 Cans of Bud Light in Model X, Runs into Bud Light Truck

We have to admit it's the first time this week when we answer a question nobody asked. So, without further ado, here's the question: how many cand of Bud Light can you fit inside a Tesla Model X?
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The answer comes from car aficionado and Model X owner Salomondrin, who, as you'll get to see in the piece of footage at the bottom of the page, has a special reason for doing such a test.

However, we have to explain than, if we were to talk cans alone, the said number would probably increase by a noticeable amount. And that's because Salomondrin used Bud Light cases, being able to fit 64 of them inside his all-electric SUV.

And yes, the Falcon Wing Doors of the Model X do come in handy when attempting such stunts, but if you're planning to drink any of the beer during the test, make sure to secure the cases before you open the doors.

While the stunt seen here didn't include any of the cans getting open, Salomondrin and his cameraman Pedro (yes, both front seats were occupied) managed to pull an even better stunt, as they ran into a Bud Light truck while having their Model X loaded with beer. Predictably, the driver of the truck was quickly informed about the... beverage-hauling competition between the two vehicles.

The beer-related adventure can be found in the first part of the footage below, while the second part of the video has to do with drifting shenanigans. No, the Model X wasn't involved, as the guys turned to scooter coolers instead.

Perhaps it might be best to steer clear of attempting to replicate any of the stunts seen here at home. From the risk of spilling beer all over your Tesla interior to any other sort of potentially regretable moment generated by such adventures, leaving these stunts to YouTubers is usually a good idea.

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